Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Asda IDC in Lutterworth magna park – 14 January 2019
I work as night shift colleague, I. Have a lot have been learned at that company’s picking the right quantity driving ppt and llop and counter balance fork lift , scanning and consolidation of the product for every store, they teaching as some in the computer about the product. The work place culture is alright because we a lot of different religions different countries that are working there so different culture wich you have to adopt.the hardest part of the job is to fulfill the duty and responsibility of your work. The enjoyable part is that we are all like a family we have a team brotherhood work and caring to each other to fulfill our task.
Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) – Bradford, West Yorkshire – 4 January 2019
Being a student alongside working Part time at Asda, it is a great place to work, very friendly and diverse members of the team. I know exactly what I’m doing from start to finish and never left twiddling my thumbs.
Discounts, Multiple breaks as long as work is done
Warehouse work (Former Employee) – Wallington, Surrey – 27 November 2018
Not to bad sometimes it got tiring become you are always working only got couple hours rest, you would always have to do overtime wheather that’s covering someone’s shift of got to stay later because manager has asked you stay longer because lack of staff.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Lutterworth – 25 September 2018
Asda IDC best place i have been working with best management. But sadly at time goes they are more and more rushing u to work and from good place is making worst and worst environment to work, Anyway still 100x time better than Tesco.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Dartford – 6 September 2018
Work hard like machine, pickng tonnes a day. Do overtime and weekends and management will be happy. Don't do what they say or don't question them or you'll get in trouble. Very easy to get disciplined if you have your own opinion.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Washington, Tyne and Wear – 5 April 2018
hitting set targets day in and day out great company to work for just short contract with it been agency and basic manual handling of dry goods each shift pallet by pallet and staqcking to correct standards.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Didcot – 13 March 2018
I worked there for 5 years the only perk is the pay other than that hammered everyday for targets. Also they don't care for your well being if you are sick or injured they will try to find a way not to pay you. They time you on everything and jump down your throat if stop for a couple of minutes. The managements communication skills are poor and never do anything for you even when you ask for said help. Warning do no work here.